Barasti Beach Club launches loyalty card

The party spot is offering some hugely exciting deals

If you're a regular sunbather or partygoer at Barasti and feel you deserve special privileges for all those weekends of devotion, then we've got news for you.

The beach bar and restaurant has recognised your dedication to the cause, by launching its own loyalty card.

It rewards members with discounts and benefits ranging from beverages and watersports discounts to priority access to the venue's world-class events.

To get your hands on Barasti’s exclusive card, simply head down and ask to join.

It's priced at Dhs450, but upon registration you’ll be offered a complimentary bucket of ice-cold hops and the benefits will keep on coming for the next 365 days.

Then all you need to do is flash your loyalty card to get 20 percent off beverages and watersports for yourself and three friends before 9pm.

Forgot your beach towel? Don’t fret, as members get two per visit.

Other perks include early New Year’s Eve tickets, priority access to special events and never having to wait in line again as you’ll be able to jump all the queues.

Barasti has long been one of Dubai’s busiest bars, with good reason.

Moving from day to night, it strikes a balance between casual beachy vibes and full-scale party mode.

Barasti’s venue is full of activities, with weekly nightlife events, sports such as windsurfing and paddleboarding, along with the Buns & Cows burger bar, which makes a popular stop on the way out.

If you’re looking to skip the bustling crowds and get straight to lounging and partying in the sun, this loyalty card is just the ticket.

Dhs450. Open Sat-Wed 11am-1.30am, Thu-Fri 11am-3am. Barasti Beach, Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, www.barastibeach.com.

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